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A very quick lesson on the benefits of wood ash. I will have longer videos coming soon, but my schedual is packed, so I am doing the best I can do! hang in there yall! I hope you enjoy this video, and found it informative as well. MIgardener Store: https://www.facebook.com/MIgardener/app_251458316228 Join the fun on facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/MIgardener +1 me on Google+ @ http://www.google.com/+MIgardener Pin me on Pinterest @ http://www.pinterest.com/MIgardenerYT Follow the fun on twitter @ http://www.twitter.com/MI_Gardener .99 Heirloom Vegetable Seeds: http://www.migardener.com/store ——————————————————————————————- MIgardener Website http://www.MIgardener.com Join the fun on facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/MIgardener +1 me on Google+ @ http://www.google.com/+MIgardener Pin us on Pinterest @ http://www.pinterest.com/MIgardenerYT Follow the fun on twitter @ http://www.twitter.com/MI_Gardener Come tumble with us @ www.MIgardener.tumblr.com Video Rating: / 5 Poovali: Outgrowing benefits of terrace gardening http://www.NS7.tv facebook: http://fb.com/News7Tamil twitter: http://twitter.com/News7Tamil Related PostsSuperSize Your Vegetables with Wood Chips & Rock Dust in Your GardenEpic Garden in Arizona Using 100% Wood Chips – Wow!How to Build a Raised Garden Bed. THE ULTIMATE Pallet Wood Vegetable Garden.How I Prepare My Vegetable Garden Beds Using Wood ChipVertical Herb Garden by UpCycling wood pallet. Grass to Garden with Wellness Hero100 Wood Swing and Wood Garden Decoration Ideas 2017 – Pallet Log Creative Ideas

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  • Brenden Reinhart 1 year ago

    hey, is 7th safe to use ash after it rains. after it dries again that is

  • Joshua Payne 1 year ago

    thank you!

  • recon562001 1 year ago

    Do you advise putting ash in compost?

  • Dead Planet 1 year ago

    How do you apply wood ash to your garden?
    1)  Do you just sprinkle it on the top surface?
    2)  Do you bury it or till it into the ground?
    3)  Or, …some combination of both?
    4)  How does wood ash compare to Rock Dust as a fertilizer.

  • Khan Productionz 1 year ago

    thanks……………….going to try it

  • Kelli Nigh 1 year ago

    Biochar is wonderful stuff. I have had wonderful results with it. However, I like your explanation here as you demonstrate the difference between char and ash.

  • Mario Doiron 1 year ago

    Wood ash is also a great deterrent for slugs, they hate crawling across it.  Simply put a thin layer on the soil around your plants. 

  • pinkginger09 1 year ago

    To those of you that don't have a fire place: The next time you have a BBQ use
    the the real wood char cole. Simple.

  • sunny patch farm 1 year ago

    great info, we just added some ash to our compost pile yesterday!! hope it helps.  keep the great videos coming thanks.

  • CaliKim29 Garden & Home DIY 1 year ago

    Great short video packed with excellent info!  Always wondered how to use ash and just haven't had a chance to research it yet.  Now I know!  Just watched a video by One Yard Revolution on Biochar with some excellent info on what it is and why it is effective in the garden.  Goes along well with this video!

  • Brock Hughes 1 year ago

    Excellent Luke 🙂 the bio char is awesome in my opinion 🙂 great video bro!

    Brock

  • MIgardener | Simple Organic Gardening & Sustainable Living 1 year ago

    +Stephanie Jones he was actually getting it confused with something else. biochar does not have to be activated. it naturally absorbs nutrients, and allows plants to reach them. it also gives a home for microbes, fungi, and bacteria which are great for the garden. it can't be broken down because it is pure carbon and can't decompose any more. 

  • Stephanie Jones 1 year ago

    Awesome tip! Just curious… What does Kyle Coulson mean in his comment below by saying to "activate the charcoal first before adding it to the garden"? What does activating the charcoal mean and how do you do that?

  • Homeplace Journal 1 year ago

    Straightforward, quick and to the point…NICE! Good presentation, Thanks!

  • The Self Sufficient Life 1 year ago

    Very good, I've been burning off wood collected on my property and spreading the ashes under my fruit trees.

  • Some Southern Stuff 1 year ago

    Really enjoy the shorter videos. You can pack a lot of information into two and a half minutes!

  • Brads Greenhouse & Gardening 1 year ago

    All good info! Wish I had a fire place.

  • Gardening & More 1 year ago

    yes do more howto videos and tip videos they are helpful

  • Gardening & More 1 year ago

    I have a video on making Bio-Char for your garden , and i talk alittle about it. How to make Biochar to Enrich your garden

  • xphilli 1 year ago

    Thx for this video! Time to have a BBQ to help my plant buddies :P